Francis sent me a great picture of a Belgian Brunette she made with Stella and Guinness draft.
She had received the layering tool as s gift and said she was having problems layering with Guinness. When most people are having a problem with layering Guinness it is because they are using the Guinness bottles. The bottles definitely don't layer as easily as the canned Guinness. After confirming that she was using the cans, she tried getting some foam on the bottom layer before pouring the Guinness. This helps to slow the top layer liquid as it drops. From the picture that obviously did the trick.
Trevor from Waterloo Ontario found a great combination with outstanding layer separation. This one has Sleeman's India Pale ale (bottle) on the bottom, Guinness (Can) as the top layer. Trevor asked that this be added to the recipe list as either a "Crazy Canadian" or "Frankie's Favorite".
The Sleeman brewery is located west of Toronto. I'll have to look for some down here in Texas.
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